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West End residents living in fear of ‘law-breaking’ cyclists on pavements

News
Tam Noon moved his neighbours car, took it apart and advertised the partts on Ebay.

Portobello mechanic ‘stole neighbour’s car’ and sold parts on eBay

News

‘Boris Bikes’ operator set to run Edinburgh cycle hire scheme

Transport

Best Twitter reactions to the latest Rangers statement

Football

Thousands to march in Capital to mark suffragette success

Politics

Kelly Macdonald film, Puzzle, to open Edinburgh Film Festival

Edinburgh

Assistance dog helps turn autistic girl’s life around

News
NHS Lothian records worst A&E waiting times since records began.

NHS Lothian needs £31 million to address funding shortfall

Edinburgh

Lost Edinburgh: ‘Death mask’ preservation at Dewar Place may need rethink

David McLean
Duck race organiser Giovanni Mazzei is stepping down after 25yrs. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Duck days are over for race organiser Giovanni

News
Iain McKendry says spinning is his life. Picture: Scott Louden

My disability vanishes when I’m on Spinning® bike

News
Barbara Brockie receives a cheque on behalf of the hospice from Taylor Wimpey's Clair Matthews and Jacquie McAllister

Developer donates £1000 to Edinburgh hospice

Edinburgh
Junior road safety officers from Edinburgh schools visit the City Chambers

Pupils spark plans to boost walking

Education
Lynn Cleal pictured in her Edinburgh office with a letter informing her that she is being invited to the  wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in May. Picture: Ian Rutherford

Lifesaver Lynn overjoyed at Royal Wedding golden ticket

Edinburgh 1
Nik Olliver and Richard Newton are preparing to tandem cycle 2000km from Edinburgh to Budapest

Couple cycle to Budapest on tandem for Alzheimer’s charity

News
Jackie Partridge offers state-of-the-art cosmetic treatments

Edinburgh cosmetic nurse up for industry awards

News

Life-saving Lothian bus advert a tribute to cancer victim

Health 1

Edinburgh set for weekend of celebrations to mark release of Avengers: Infinity War

Entertainment 1

Edinburgh couple’s olive oil is liquid gold

Business 4

Musicians strike the perfect chord at international concert debut

Entertainment
Tam Noon moved his neighbours car, took it apart and advertised the partts on Ebay.

Portobello mechanic ‘stole neighbour’s car’ and sold parts on eBay

News
The incident occurred at Halmyre Street in Leith. Picture: TSPL

Building evacuated after body discovered at flat in Leith

Edinburgh
Michelle McManus was allegely hit on the head with a guitar case in a Glasgow bar. Picture: Getty Images

Man in court charged with assaulting Michelle McManus with guitar case

Crime
The incident happened on the Newcastle to Edinburgh Waverley service operated by Virgin East Coast. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Woman sexually assaulted on Newcastle-Edinburgh train

Edinburgh

Spate of drain cover thefts ‘costing taxpayers thousands’

Crime 2

Britain’s Most Wanted list: sexual crimes

Crime 1

Edinburgh’s alcohol outlets linked to higher crime rate

Edinburgh 6

Scots man who filmed pet dog giving Nazi salute fined over hate crime

News 3
There are a number of delays on the A71 and around Edinburgh

Delays on the A71 due to breakdown at Hermiston Gait

Edinburgh

West End residents living in fear of ‘law-breaking’ cyclists on pavements

News 7

‘Boris Bikes’ operator set to run Edinburgh cycle hire scheme

Transport

Delays in both directions on Niddrie Mains Road

Edinburgh
More must be done to stop the errors from the LEZ in Glasgow

Edinburgh should ban lorries and vans in Low Emission Zones ‘from the start’ say campaigners

News 3
Lights stuck on red are resulting in significant delays.

Drivers told to expect delays ‘of up to 30 minutes’ at Bonnington Toll

Edinburgh 1
A fleet of stand-in trains will help ease a ScotRail carriage shortage crisis on the main Edinburgh-Glasgow line. Picture: Adam Reid

New ScotRail trains to ease crush on Edinburgh-Glasgow line

Transport

Tories call for Scottish rail policing merger to be scrapped

Politics

Scotrail passengers rage as heating left on during hottest day of year

Edinburgh 4

Letters: Fix the potholes before ‘legacy’ trams project

Edinburgh 4

Leith councillor launches campaign against tram extension

Transport 15
A student occupation has ended at the University of Edinburgh

Longest ever student occupation at University of Edinburgh ends

Edinburgh
Liberton High School. Picture: Greg Macvean

New safety fears at Liberton High after pupil’s near miss

Education 3

School lunches: All Edinburgh primary schools to partake in Meat Free Mondays

Edinburgh 12
Junior road safety officers from Edinburgh schools visit the City Chambers

Pupils spark plans to boost walking

Education

Youth bands and orchestras at mercy of council cuts

Entertainment

Boy trapped in escalator on school trip after shoe ‘gets stuck’

News

West Lothian council to consult parents on music cuts

Education

Pervert who worked at top Edinburgh school escapes jail sentence

Edinburgh
Care homes  every should treat every 'client with the utmost respect and dignity

Steve Cardownie: We need to raise the bar in care homes

Opinion
A buffer zone should be set up close to the Chalmers Centre at Lauriston Place.

Councillor calls for buffer zones to protect women outside abortion clinics

Edinburgh
Kirsty Howard and husband David have had to find the money themselves.

Cancer patient Kirsty ‘paid £10k for drug available with NHS England’

News 2
Susan Dalgety found herself on the receiving end of GP rage on her last trip to the surgery

Susan Dalgety: We should question the SNP on health, not GPs

Opinion 1

Edinburgh’s alcohol outlets linked to higher crime rate

Edinburgh 6
The golden rule is to opt for plain yoghurt as a starting point. Picture: TSPL

Revealed: The ‘healthy’ yoghurts containing almost five sugar cubes in one pot

Health
The London Marathon

Masterchef star dies after collapsing during London Marathon

News

Edinburgh to hold first ever event for compulsive hoarders

Edinburgh

Helen Martin: No food nanny will tell me what to eat

Opinion

Drinking gin and tonic could help reduce hay fever symptoms

Entertainment

Scots urged to ask these 5 questions to GPs

Health 1
Councillor Kate Campbell is Homelessness Champion and Housing and Economy Convener at Edinburgh City Council

Kate Campbell: Everyone deserves a home they can afford

Opinion
Gavin Barrie felt he was doing a good job as housing and economy convener. Picture: Stewart Attwood

Steve Cardownie: Barrie quit SNP group after an act of betrayal

Opinion
Average life expectancy leapt from from 52.6 years in 1960 to 71.9 years in 2015. Picture: Getty

Brian Monteith: Globalisation is making this world more wonderful

Opinion
Liz McAreavey is chief executive of the Edinburgh Chamber Of Commerce. Picture: Scott Louden

LizMcAreavey: Is Edinburgh ready to be Europe’s data capital?

Opinion

Steve Cardownie: We need to raise the bar in care homes

Opinion

Steve Cardownie: The MSP who puts pets ahead of people

Opinion

Alison Johnstone: I’m gearing up for Pedal on Parliament

Opinion 1

Susan Dalgety: We should question the SNP on health, not GPs

Opinion 1
The statue of women's suffragist leader Millicent Fawcett is the first monument of a woman and the first designed by a woman, Turner Prize-winning artist Gillian Wearing OBE, to take a place in parliament Square. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

Thousands to march in Capital to mark suffragette success

Politics
Councillor Kate Campbell is Homelessness Champion and Housing and Economy Convener at Edinburgh City Council

Kate Campbell: Everyone deserves a home they can afford

Opinion
Gavin Barrie felt he was doing a good job as housing and economy convener. Picture: Stewart Attwood

Steve Cardownie: Barrie quit SNP group after an act of betrayal

Opinion
Jeremy Balfour's controversial amendment to the Social Security Bill was dropped. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Steve Cardownie: The MSP who puts pets ahead of people

Opinion
East Lothian Council have announced that they will scrap the charges for child funeral

East Lothian Council to stop charging parents for child funerals

Our Region
A buffer zone should be set up close to the Chalmers Centre at Lauriston Place.

Councillor calls for buffer zones to protect women outside abortion clinics

Edinburgh
New homes have been approved at Baberton Golf Club.

New homes next to Baberton golf course set to be approved

Edinburgh

Alison Johnstone: I’m gearing up for Pedal on Parliament

Opinion 1

Susan Dalgety: We should question the SNP on health, not GPs

Opinion 1

Susan Dalgety: Criticise but don’t condemn Malawi over gay rights

Opinion

Susan Dalgety: Queen to have tea with world’s biggest Twitter troll

Opinion
The Kelly Macdonald film will open the festival

Kelly Macdonald film, Puzzle, to open Edinburgh Film Festival

Edinburgh

‘155 screenings in 24 hours’ Avengers fever hits Edinburgh

Edinburgh
Average life expectancy leapt from from 52.6 years in 1960 to 71.9 years in 2015. Picture: Getty

Brian Monteith: Globalisation is making this world more wonderful

Opinion
Liz McAreavey is chief executive of the Edinburgh Chamber Of Commerce. Picture: Scott Louden

LizMcAreavey: Is Edinburgh ready to be Europe’s data capital?

Opinion

Scottish island seeks investors for first wind power scheme

News

Rosyth to Zeebrugge ferry service axed

Business
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